Apple antitrust case over iPods nears jury deliberations

By Dan Levine OAKLAND, Calif. (Reuters) – A software update for Apple Inc’s iPod music player was not a product improvement, but was intended to improperly raise costs for consumers who wanted to switch to newer devices, an attorney for Apple customers said in court. Closing arguments were delivered on Monday in an Oakland, California, federal courtroom in an antitrust trial that has cast fresh scrutiny on Apple’s onetime virtual domination of the digital music market. …

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